I did a little digging to find some companies that specialize in "Aquatic Invasive" management and abatement.

 

Lea 8/9/17

 

Just a little background. Here is the most recent NYS DEC Plan.

 

https://lakestewardship.org/2015/07/16/nys-dec-announces-new-york-state-aquatic-invasive-species-management-plan/

 

Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program Useful Web Links. Lake Bonaparte is part of this organization

 

http://adkinvasives.com/resources/web-links/

 

Here is the Black Lake Management Report. It was completed by an environmental group from Syracuse. The plan was necessary for the grant process. NYS Federation of Lakes has sample management plans for those wishing to avoid the costs of hiring specialists.

 

http://www.weedinfo.blacklakeny.com/FINAL_Black_Lake_milfoil_plan_07_14_08-1.pdf

 

Aquatic Plant Management Companies:

 

1.) Aquatic Invasive Management, LLC

 

http://www.milfoilremoval.com

Andrew Lewis / Tommy Thomson

52 Burt Lane

Au Sable Forks, NY 12912

(240) 818-1070 Andrew 
(518) 637-8350 Tommy

andrew@milfoilremoval.com / tommy@milfoilremoval.com

 

2.) A-TIP Control, Inc. Aquatic &Terrestrial Invasive Plant Control

 

http://www.a-tipcontrol.com/index.html

5681 Zerfass Road Dansville, New York 14437
585-335-9299

info@a-tipcontrol.com

 

3.) Cedar Eden Environmental, LLC

 

https://cedareden.com

1519 State Route 86,

Saranac Lake, NY 12983 518.304.3697 info@cedareden.com

 

4.) Adirondack Ecologists, LLC

 

http://nylakemanager.com

Steven A. LaMere, CLM, BCES,

P.O. Box 2405,

Ballston Spa, New York 12020

(518) 573-8846 / newyorklakemanager@yahoo.com

"New York State's first certified lake manager"

 

 

This is a current list of Aquatic Plant Management Contractors from the VT DEC

http://dec.vermont.gov/sites/dec/files/wsm/lakes/ans/docs/ apmcontractorlist_Mar2017.pdf

Jonathan Lockwood, 2005